Shrike gone

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Rob Woodward

Apr 16, 2024, 8:40:26 AMApr 16
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I just watched the Loggerhead Shrike at the state school fly from his perch, where he was singing persistently, and head high and away to the southeast in a manner that suggested he is not coming back.  i will double check later but for now he is a goner.

Rob Woodward
Laconia, NH

Sue Francesco

Apr 16, 2024, 8:41:53 AMApr 16
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Loggerhead Shrike continues. 8:41. 

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Rob Woodward

Apr 16, 2024, 8:54:48 AMApr 16
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Between this and another incident I'm beginning to wonder if there are 2 birds present.
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